Bridgerton: The Viscount Who Loved Me (Bridgertons Book 2): The Sunday Times bestselling inspiration for the Netflix Original Series Bridgerton (Bridgerton Family) Paperback – 4 February 2021
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- Publisher : Piatkus (4 February 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 384 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0349429790
- ISBN-13 : 978-0349429793
- Item Weight : 160 g
- Dimensions : 12.4 x 2.4 x 19.6 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: #10,592 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The plot is un-imaginative and at times ludicrous. The lead characters spend half of the book threatening bodily harm on eachother and on many occaissions carrying out those threats. It's supposed to be funny but it's childish nonsense (some might say abuse).
Anthony was a fairly good character in the first book, but all of that is ripped from him and he becomes a horny teenager who doesn't know how to keep it in his breeches. Kate could have been a good heroine if I was shown that she was different to all the other ladies and not told so once or twice a page.
As with the first book, the dialogue is clunky, there are a few americanisms and a lot of rubbish. But as with the first it is readable, i whizzed through this in an afternoon, time wasting, brain resting drivel.
If you are looking for high literature, unforgettable characters and the New Darcy, this is not for you, if you are looking to be vaguely entertained ... read on.
This time, we hone in on the life of Bridgerton sibling #1, aka the Viscount, Anthony Bridgerton.
He's never been fussed about marriage, but this season, he decides, will be the one where he finds a suitable wife, and settle down.
Kate Sheffield is the elder sibling in her family, too. Stepping out into the London season a couple of years later than desired, she is in the shadow of her beautiful stepsister, Edwina. Her stepmother, Mary desires for both girls to find good matches, but the burden is on, to Edwina find the catch of the season.
And also a rake.
Who doesn't have the approval of the sister, Kate, but seems to affect her in all manner of inappropriate ways.
What ensues is a great enemies to lovers story, where we see both parties fight their attraction to each other, until they are not able to any more.